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There is much more to be explored on the topic of motivation...

Abraham Maslow had his Heirarchy of Needs:

http://www.dailypaul.com/287376/abraham-maslows-heirarchy-of...

which conflict potentially with Michael Crichton's:
. the opposite of a profound truth is also true
2. nothing is as invisible as the obvious
3. the more important a relationship, the less skill matters
4. once you find a management technique that works, give it up
5. effective managers are not in control
6. most problems that people have are not problems
7. technology creates the opposite of its intended purpose
8. we think we invent technology, but technology also invents us
9. the more we communicate, the less we communicate
10. in communication, form is more important than content
11. listening is more difficult than talking
12. praising people does not motivate them
13. every act is a political act
14. the best resource for solving any problem is the person or group that presents the problem
15 organizations that need help most will benefit from it least
16. individuals are almost indestructible, but organizations are very fragile

http://www.amazon.com/Management-Absurd-Michael-Crichton/dp/...

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